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VOL. 73 · NO. 5 | July 2009
Journal of Wildlife Management
Michael J. Chamberlain
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 629-630, (1 July 2009)
No abstract available
Management and Conservation
Nina Klar, Mathias Herrmann, Stephanie Kramer-Schadt
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 631-638, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: barrier, carnivores, crossing structures, European Habitats Directive, Felis silvestris, fencing, Germany, habitat fragmentation, road mortality, temporal behavior
Julie A. Cunningham, Kenneth L. Hamlin, Thomas O. Lemke
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 639-646, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: Cervus elaphus, elk, fetus, sex ratio, Trivers–Willard, Yellowstone
Todd C. Atwood, Thomas J. Deliberto, Holly J. Smith, Justin S. Stevenson, Kurt C. Vercauteren
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 647-654, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: bovine tuberculosis, disease, Michigan, Mycobacterium bovis, Procyon lotor, raccoon, resource selection, sex-influenced, spatial epidemiology
Christopher S. Jennelle, Michael D. Samuel, Cherrie A. Nolden, Elizabeth A. Berkley
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 655-662, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: Camera trap, carcass decomposition, chronic wasting disease, Odocoileus virginianus, prions, scavengers, transmissible spongiform encephalopathy, white-tailed deer, Wisconsin
Melinda R. Mixon, Stephen Demarais, Phillip D. Jones, Brian J. Rude
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 663-668, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: cost-share, herbicide, nutritional carrying capacity, Odocoileus virginianus, pine plantation, prescribed fire, white-tailed deer forage
Martin B. Grenier, Steven W. Buskirk, Richard Anderson-Sprecher
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 669-676, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: black-footed ferret, carnivores, density estimation, mark–recapture, Mustela nigripes, spotlighting, Wyoming
Ben G. SolveskY, Carol L. Chambers
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 677-682, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: Allen's lappet-browed bat, Arizona, bark, Idionycteris phyllotis, maternity roost, ponderosa pine, roost selection, snag
Shannon E. Grubbs, Paul R. Krausman
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 683-685, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: Arizona, Canis latrans, coyote, domestic cat, Felis catus, Tucson, urban
Anthony M. Pagano, Todd W. Arnold
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 686-694, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: brood surveys, detection probability, ducks, mark–recapture, North Dakota, Prairie Pothole Region, roadside surveys, sightability, waterfowl
Theresa L. Pope, William M. Block, Paul Beier
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 695-700, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: Arizona, bark-foraging birds, Hairy Woodpecker, Picoides villosus, prescribed fire, pygmy nuthatch, Sitta carolinensis, Sitta pygmaea, white-breasted nuthatch, winter
Bruce E. Davis, Alan D. Afton, Robert R. Cox
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 701-709, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: Anas platyrhynchos, Arkansas, compositional analysis, Forested wetland, hunting, Louisiana, mallard, Mississippi Alluvial Valley, radiotelemetry, winter
Guthrie S. Zimmerman, Timothy J. Moser, William L. Kendall, Paul F. Doherty, Gary C. White, Dale F. Caswell
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 710-719, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: band recovery, Cackling Geese, Canada geese, harvest probability, reporting probability, reward bands, Ross's geese, snow geese
Joshua H. Schmidt, Mark S. Lindberg, Devin S. Johnson, Bruce Conant, James King
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 720-727, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: Bayesian methods, climate change, Cygnus buccinator, missing data, population trend, survey data
Kelly M. Proffitt, Terrence P. Mceneaney, P. J. White, Robert A. Garrott
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 728-736, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: Cygnus buccinator, growth rates, time-series, trumpeter swan, Yellowstone National Park
Eric A. Vanderwerf
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 737-746, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: avian poxvirus, Chasiempis sandwichensis, elepaio, Hawaii, mark–recapture, Poxvirus avium, predator control, survival
Erin R. Zylstra, Robert J. Steidl
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 747-754, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: desert tortoise, detection probability, Gopherus agassizii, habitat, site occupancy, Sonoran Desert
Tools and Technology
Cameron B. Rognan, Joseph M. Szewczak, Michael L. Morrison
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 755-760, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: autonomous recording, bioacoustics, great gray owl, individual identification, noninvasive methods, Sierra Nevada, Strix nebulosa, vocal individuality
Andrew S. Wiewel, Amy A. Yackel Adams, Gordon H. Rodda
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 761-771, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: abundance estimation, capture per unit effort (CPUE), index, live-trapping, mark–recapture, program MARK, removal, snap-trapping
Ricardo JosÉGarcia Pereira, Marco Antonio Monteiro Granzinolli, FÁBio Monteiro De Barros, JoséMaurício Barbanti Duarte
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 772-778, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: American kestrel, Falco sparverius, fecal glucocorticoids, radiotelemetry, raptors, southeast Brazil, stress, transmitter attachment
Christopher O. Kochanny, Glenn D. Delgiudice, John Fieberg
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 779-787, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: Bhattacharyya's affinity, fixed kernel, global positioning system, home range, Odocoileus virginianus, radiotelemetry, very high frequency, volume of intersection statistic, white-tailed deer
Larry L. Pater, Teryl G. Grubb, David K. Delaney
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 788-795, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: acoustics, behavior, Dose-response, measurement, noise guidelines, noise impacts, noise metrics, noise standards, response, sound measurement
Alisa L. Gallant
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 796-805, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: data quality, data resolution, digital map, land-cover data, map errors, map purpose, satellite data
Letters to the Editor
Louis C. Bender, Mara E. Weisenberger
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 806-810, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: desert bighorn sheep, modeling, Ovis canadensis mexicanus, population dynamics, Precipitation
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 810, (1 July 2009)
No abstract available
Letters to the Editor
Leonard F. Ruggiero
Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (5), 811-813, (1 July 2009)
KEYWORDS: Forest Service Research, National Forest System, opinion, scientific method
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